So my PC just had a mild case of liquid on it (I've already chewed myself out over it). I'm not really sure what parts got hit though. Something's up though since it's not turning on and gives me 1 long beep and 4 short, which apparently is some kind of hardware failure. So how can I tell what exactly failed?
TL;DR: Hardware failure, how to tell what failed?
>have anonymous Facebook account used for searching I don't want to do with my regular
>no friends of any sort
>no suspicious phishing links were clicked on
>get an email
How the fuck did this happen?
Someone was probably trying random logins and got yours correctly. There are programs that do that kind of thing. They are labeled "hacks" but are just glorified brute forcers.
Anyway, OP. Change your password to something more secure.
Is another possibility.
You could probably check for most shitty malware using tronscript. Good Luck.
I told MSI to let me swap AMD and Intel CPUs on a single board. They actually did it. The absolute madman!! ahahahaahahahaha!!!!
>can't find my way around without GPS
>will never be able to protect my freedoms from being tracked by the government
kill me senpai
>driving car with onstar tracking service that can't be removed
>cell phone tracking device is pocket
>being tracked by license plate scanners and traffic camera everywhere you go
One in Australia preferably and that's under $100 but ideally around $50
any tech guys out there know where i could get replacements to these in the red. radio shack or ebay? tried to look up the numbers but nothing came up.
The yellow look like inductors, they rarely go bad. Yellow are capacitors, the value is written on the top, they sometimes go bad. Why do you feel the need to replace them? Just replace or parallel them with any capacitor of similar or greater voltage rating and similar capacitance. You could try putting a few smaller value capacitors in parallel with them to see if it helps what ever issue youre having.
its a monitor that wont turn on. no standby light, nothing. doesnt heat up anywhere on the board when its plugged in. it runs an external power supply 14v 3amps dc. the ones in red read zero ohms but the one accross the board read 8 ohms. its a power issue but i havent tried to fix one like this with an external power supply.
Anyone know what happened to this guy?
From what I recall he got married and just stopped making videos, and eventually his forums died because he didn't pay the bill without telling anyone it needed to be paid. I miss watching his and maxishine's videos.
>I need to max the brightness so I can SEE everything
>THERE ARE SO MANY BUTTONS ON THIS REMOTE! WHERES THE VOLUME BUTTON?
>Let me turn it down 12 and then complain I can't hear the TV
>adding extra "cleaning" things to their phone
>gets mad when you show them something with tech that could make their entertainment better
>still using CDs and says putting music on a phone is...
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Honestly my grandfather is pretty decent with technology. He's the one in my family I can have a conversation with about that stuff. My grandmother on the other hand would never touch a computer unless it was to play Solitaire.
>"I can't get solitaire to work!"
>"Granma... " clicks it from start menu
>"You're so smart with computers! Here's sandwich.
>TFW your grandma made the best fucking sandwiches
I know this sounds sexist, but honest, I feel like tech is a guy thing. Cause every guy I know has an android and can work it like it's a kiddie phone and what not
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Where the fuck are boot options? Why is "boot from device" literally nowhere? What the fuck were they thinking?
Thinking? Come on, it is a campus now in Redmond.
Look what they have done to the Notepad,
it no longer allows you to write and edit .bat routines - and they improved the icon for it to a plastic coated, slippery bitch.
I got a copy of Notepad from the prior versions of the provided standard shtuff.
Hey guys I just got back from visiting my dad, he's 60 something years old and we did a scan on his Windows Vista computer. Is this a record? The best thing is he has Avast and this shit still shows up.
So, post stories of troubleshooting relatives/old people's computers I guess. Favorite virus I found was "FunWebTools". Also around 500 toolbars and various adware. Don't forget the dreaded Conduit!
He does use a poker program which is Windows only and bets on horses a lot. I should also mention he got a laptop with Windows 7 (I disabled updates for him) which had no viruses at all, but he's stubborn and still uses the Windows Vista computer with fucking 2 GB of ram.
Will Moore's law continue as predicted over the coming decades?
No it will slow down. We've reached a point where we cannot make a functioning CPU at 5nm lithography despite years of research and development. We will eventually be forced to make 3D processors much like how HBM is made.
What's with the large amount of shills on here? There seems to be more than average
Shills have been more active lately
>using your phone for anything besides calls, text and light web browsing/data
You're not a cuck, are you?
>mfw cucks ask me for snapchat